# Study sets matching "exam new sat"

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intermittent (adj.)

rampant (adj.)

monologue (n.)

intervention (n.)

stopping and starting at intervals: not continuous

growing or occurring without restraint

a story or drama performed by one person

1) the act of interposing one thing between or among others... 2)…

intermittent (adj.)

stopping and starting at intervals: not continuous

rampant (adj.)

growing or occurring without restraint

zephyr

zenith

wry

writhe

n. a soft gentle breeze

n. the highest point reached by a celestial or other objects

adj. using or expressing dry, esp. mocking, humor

vb. (no obj.) respond with great emotional or physical discomf…

zephyr

n. a soft gentle breeze

zenith

n. the highest point reached by a celestial or other objects

What do you do if a geometry question h…

If a question has a diagram, how do you…

How do you find the area of a shaded re…

What do you do when a multiple choice q…

Draw one. ... Get into the habit of always drawing (quick) diagr…

On the SAT, every diagram is perfectly drawn to scale, unless…

The easiest way is to subtract the area of the white region fr…

Remember that on the SAT the answer must be one of 4 choices,…

What do you do if a geometry question h…

Draw one. ... Get into the habit of always drawing (quick) diagr…

If a question has a diagram, how do you…

On the SAT, every diagram is perfectly drawn to scale, unless…

What do you do if a geometry question h…

If a question has a diagram, how do you…

How do you find the area of a shaded re…

What do you do when a multiple choice q…

Draw one. ... Get into the habit of always drawing (quick) diagr…

On the SAT, every diagram is perfectly drawn to scale, unless…

The easiest way is to subtract the area of the white region fr…

Remember that on the SAT the answer must be one of 4 choices,…

What do you do if a geometry question h…

Draw one. ... Get into the habit of always drawing (quick) diagr…

If a question has a diagram, how do you…

On the SAT, every diagram is perfectly drawn to scale, unless…

intermittent (adj.)

rampant (adj.)

monologue (n.)

intervention (n.)

stopping and starting at intervals: not continuous

growing or occurring without restraint

a story or drama performed by one person

1) the act of interposing one thing between or among others... 2)…

intermittent (adj.)

stopping and starting at intervals: not continuous

rampant (adj.)

growing or occurring without restraint

abstemious

abstinence

abstract

abstruse

(adj.) moderate, sparing (as in eating and drinking); characte…

(n) the act of refraining from pleasurable activity, e.g., eat…

(adj.) Theoretical; not concrete; nonrepresentational

(adj) Extremely difficult to understand

abstemious

(adj.) moderate, sparing (as in eating and drinking); characte…

abstinence

(n) the act of refraining from pleasurable activity, e.g., eat…

diameter

domain

tangent

integer

line segment that joins two opposite points on the circumferen…

any number that can be put into a function for x ; all possibl…

a line that touches a circle at exactly one point and is perpe…

any non decimal , non fractional number ex) 5,0,1,-10

diameter

line segment that joins two opposite points on the circumferen…

domain

any number that can be put into a function for x ; all possibl…

What do you do if a geometry question h…

If a question has a diagram, how do you…

How do you find the area of a shaded re…

What do you do when a multiple choice q…

Draw one. ... Get into the habit of always drawing (quick) diagr…

On the SAT, every diagram is perfectly drawn to scale, unless…

The easiest way is to subtract the area of the white region fr…

Remember that on the SAT the answer must be one of 4 choices,…

What do you do if a geometry question h…

Draw one. ... Get into the habit of always drawing (quick) diagr…

If a question has a diagram, how do you…

On the SAT, every diagram is perfectly drawn to scale, unless…

How can we use the trigonometric ratios…

How do we solve quadratic equations?

How do we write the equation of a circl…

What is the graph of a function?

To find a and b, you can use the sine and cosine ratios

use the quadratic formula

(x-h)^2 + (y-k)^2 = r^2

The set of all ordered pairs (x, y) such that y = f(x).

How can we use the trigonometric ratios…

To find a and b, you can use the sine and cosine ratios

How do we solve quadratic equations?

use the quadratic formula

abate

abbreviate

abdicate

abduction

(v.) to make less in amount, degree, etc.; to subside, become…

(v.) - to shorten, reduce

(v.) to resign, formally give up an office or a duty; to disow…

(n.) Kidnapping

abate

(v.) to make less in amount, degree, etc.; to subside, become…

abbreviate

(v.) - to shorten, reduce

Contentious

Constraint

Delude

Desperate

Quarrelsome;... Always ready to argue or fight

a limitation or restriction;... compulsion; repression of feeling

v. to make someone believe something that is untrue; to deceive

hopeless

Contentious

Quarrelsome;... Always ready to argue or fight

Constraint

a limitation or restriction;... compulsion; repression of feeling

What do you do if a geometry question h…

If a question has a diagram, how do you…

How do you find the area of a shaded re…

What do you do when a multiple choice q…

Draw one. ... Get into the habit of always drawing (quick) diagr…

On the SAT, every diagram is perfectly drawn to scale, unless…

The easiest way is to subtract the area of the white region fr…

Remember that on the SAT the answer must be one of 4 choices,…

What do you do if a geometry question h…

Draw one. ... Get into the habit of always drawing (quick) diagr…

If a question has a diagram, how do you…

On the SAT, every diagram is perfectly drawn to scale, unless…

Abridge (verb)

Abstract (adjective)

Academic (adjective)

Acclaim (verb)

to condense or shorten

theoretical; not concrete

related to education; not practical or directly useful

applaud; announce with great approval

Abridge (verb)

to condense or shorten

Abstract (adjective)

theoretical; not concrete

feckless (adj)

quiescent (adj)

halcyon (adj)

onerous (adj)

useless, lacking skill, incompetent, futile, indifferent, lazy

dormant, quiet, inactive, motionless

happy, perfect, idyllic, prosperous, carefree

burdensome

feckless (adj)

useless, lacking skill, incompetent, futile, indifferent, lazy

quiescent (adj)

dormant, quiet, inactive, motionless

Sentence Placement

Subject Verb Agreement

Parallelism Verbs/Verb Tense

Prepositions/Idiomatic Expressions

Think about where the sentence is located (topic, detail, conc…

Does verb agree with subject?... And = plural subject & verb ... Or…

making sure sentences are aligned. ex: to run -> to fish. runn…

Idiomatic expressions: at once- and, neither-nor, either-or, n…

Sentence Placement

Think about where the sentence is located (topic, detail, conc…

Subject Verb Agreement

Does verb agree with subject?... And = plural subject & verb ... Or…